Reference software

Wed Jun 1 09:47:27 EST 1994

> In article <61245561wnr at brighton.demon.co.uk> Rob at brighton.demon.co.uk (Rob Lambkin) writes:
> >From: Rob at brighton.demon.co.uk (Rob Lambkin)
> >Subject: Reference software
> >Date: Sun, 29 May 1994 09:54:26 +0000
> >Can anyone recomend a Bibliographical database that will run under 
> >windows and allow me to create links between winword 6 and the database. 
> >Hopefully it would then compile my reference list for me, and probably 
> >make a better job of it!
> >It should also let me import the 9000 odd refs I have stored in Papyrus 
> >7. 
> >WinRefer is almost perfect except for this last point.
> >Thanks in advance.
> High Rob
> I use the program Reference-Manager for Windows. It can nicely import 
> reference from a variety of sources, e.g. current contents, silverplatter 
> medline or also user defined files. Unfortunately it does NOT work with 
> WinWord 2.0 or 6.0: Therefore, before you can incorporte proper citation into 
> your text (in one of 100 Journal formats) you ought to save your paper under 
> WinWord 1.x format. Then you can run a Refman-Bibliography.
> Manuel
You should contact RIS because I think you must have an old version of
refman.  The version that I have has supported Winword 2.x for some
time. We have contacted RIS about winword 6.0, and they said to expect
an update within the next three to four weeks.

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